Rochas Okorocha is too distracted to offer proper representation to Orlu people

Legal practitioner and Political analyst Obidike Nwagwu Esq, has described former governor of Imo State, and Senator representing Orlu zone, Senator Rochas Okorocha, as too distracted to be able to offer Orlu people any form of proper representation in the Senate.

Obidike made this known while speaking with MaaziTV correspondent Mercy Anaele, during a phone call from his London base.

Obidike was of the view that with the legal problems chasing Okorocha around, and his failed fixation to take away the party structure from Senator Hope Uzodinma, he had little or no time to face his responsibilities to the people of Orlu.

“What constituency projects has Okorocha attracted to the people?” Obidike asked. “He has been in the Senate for over two years, can he point out just one thing he has done for his people?

“The Man is too busy running from his shadow, to be able to offer any form of proper representation to the people of Orlu.

“If he is not being arrested for trying to break into seized property or struggling to maintain his hold on his massive loots, he is fighting a failed battle to take away the party structure from Senator Hope Uzodinma.

“Isn’t it obvious to Orlu people that the man has no time for them? You can imagine the other day, while other serious minded senators were voting on the electoral bill, Okorocha was nowhere to be found.

“He was probably somewhere having nightmares over Hope Uzodinma.

“He knows he stands no chance of becoming Nigeria’s president, so he will still try to return to the Senate to remain relevant.

“Orlu people will best help themselves, by offloading him at the next election.

“I don’t even know what political party he belongs to anymore, since he missed the revalidation exercise in APC. He is probably hoping to join the PDP, but PDP would have to be out of their minds to accept Okorocha into their fold.

“Whatever Goodwill the PDP has in Imo, will quickly disappear the day Rochas Okorocha becomes a member of that party.

“The man should go and face his legal problems and return what he has looted from Imo people over the eight years he betrayed the trust given to him.”

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